Saturday, September 29, 2018

Modeling for Megan - Part 2/6

These two are pretty ruthless about teasing each other. This round goes to The Meganator.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Modeling for Megan - Part 1/6

This story harkens back many years to a comic I drew where Megan lived alone, and Candace came visiting while she was painting. The idea that tough-as-nails Megan could have an artistic side stuck around in my head, and here's where she brings the ol' palette out of mothballs.

Sunday, September 23, 2018


They talk about something called “church giggles”, which is just a term for laughing out loud in inappropriate circumstances (we’ve all been there—yes, you, too!). I sort of figured I’d literally give Candace “church giggles”, even though now that she’s home it’s no longer inappropriate.

Thursday, September 20, 2018


I originally had another idea in mind of what Megan would yell in the last panel, but I try to keep Candace 'n' Company on the shallow end of P.G.-rated at its worst! And no, I've never done this!

Monday, September 17, 2018


Once in a while, Candace will use a good deed as a front for ribbing her roomie!

Friday, September 14, 2018


Candace is usually pretty positive and optimistic, but this time I let her have a total breakdown by having her completely misjudge someone.

Tuesday, September 11, 2018


Well, it’s getting towards the winter solstice north of the equator! That is often the time of year when it’s hardest to get up in the morning. I suspect going to bed earlier can do wonders for anyone, but that can be tricky, too. Sometimes I have so much to do that I can’t go to bed early!

Saturday, September 8, 2018


I’ve playfully dubbed this cartoon Yoga Meets The Three Stooges! I first attempted this pose when playing an exercise video game, and it IS as hard as it looks (it wasn’t exactly a picnic to draw, either). I can’t remember where I was or what I was doing when this one came together in my mind. These weird thoughts can appear at any time. Pretty much the worst type of violence you will see in my cartoons is of the slapstick variety.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018


I once read about how mathematical calculations, such as linear equations, have made many technological advances possible. One advance in question is high definition television. This is my own opinion, but I like to think that the quality of television itself hasn’t made the sorts of improvements that the quality of television sets have since the first publicly sold models of the 1940s. So that opinion is frequently reflected (sometimes indirectly) in Candace ‘n’ Company.

Sunday, September 2, 2018


It’s just the age we live in: Online shopping and porch pirates! There are ways of minimizing your likelihood of being robbed. I suppose you could just not buy anything and live like a cave person, but that might be a little extreme.